COVID-19 may well be the death of the liberal international order that made America a superpower.
Americans are in the process of reconsidering their relationship with the old continent.
What is required is a global consensus and the will to make the planet more sustainable ...
[NATO] remains highly relevant despite its venerable age.
The danger for Moscow is that, the more progress it makes with African governments, the more likely it is that its interests will collide with those of either China or the US – or both.
[T]here are compelling reasons to see that America is in decline and is withdrawing from its position as world leader.
Trump should cooperate seriously with the congressional investigation.
<i>The trade war between the U.S. and China falls within the current transition of power in the international system. No one doubts we’re witnessing the decline of the dominant power (the U.S.) and the ascent of the second-class powers (China, Russia and maybe India).</i>
Harvard University Professor Graham [Read more]
Trump and the U.S. political establishment perceive China, not Russia, as the main threat to U.S. interests.